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12 Southeast Michigan Restaurants That Will Cater Your Wedding

From Detroit to Ann Arbor and in between.

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Zingerman's Cornman Farms.
| Chelsea Brown Photography

Catering can be a tricky business, so make things simple by sticking with your favorite restaurant on the big day. A growing number of metro area eateries offer catering services to suit your wedding needs. The following 12 places are set to handle off-site catering of everything from hors d'oeuvres to sweet treats that will make your guests swoon.

Have another restaurant catering suggestions that didn't make the list? Drop us a note at the tipline and your recommendation might be included in our next map. For more wedding ideas visit the restaurant venues map. [Photo]

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This Corktown deli got its start catering big events and got so carried away that they almost forgot to open their brick-and-mortar location. Suffice to say the charcuterie boards and hors d’oeuvres from Rubbed make a great option for weddings. Pair them with some great craft beer and wine and you can’t go wrong. [Photo]

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Tasty Caribbean flavors are Lester Gouvia's specialty. The caterer gone mobile food truck purveyor makes a variety of appetizers, curries, rices, pastas, desserts, and more. [Photo]

Slows To Go

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The quick-service version of Corktown’s beloved barbecue joint offers catering for weddings and other events. Not only do they offer barbecue, but parties can also hire bartending staff to provide beer, wine, and liquor service. Most items on the menu are available, barring some of the fried dishes that don’t travel as well. [Photo]

Sister Pie

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From cookies to pie and in between, West Village baker Lisa Ludwinski will consult on desserts for your wedding and even whip up a few samples. [Photo]

Bon Bon Bon

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Whimsical chocolates could make for great party favors or an alternative to the traditional cake. Hamtramck’s favorite chocolatier accepts orders for her delicious bons and will work to find the right flavors for your celebration. Check out their original location on Evaline Street or their new retail spot downtown. [Photo]

Polish Village Cafe

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Go Polish with a menu of pierogis, stuffed cabbage, potatoes and more. The restaurant offers a variety of options for off-site catering (they also have an event space in “The Room Upstairs”). [Photo]

The Oakland

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Looking for a bartenders to make your cocktail reception standout? The Oakland will consult on a beverage menu and create a mobile bar for the big day, or you can always reserve the Ferndale speakeasy. [Photo]

Atomic Dawg

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Casual outdoor weddings could partner well with Atomic Dawg. The restaurant recently launched a mobile catering service, which offers their menu out of shiny, silver airstream trailer. They’ve also been known to go kosher. [Atomic Dawg]

Bacco Ristorante

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Bacco can bring their Italian flavors to your venue via food truck. The Southfield restaurant is capable of handling groups of 20 to 200 people and will customize menus to suit your preferences down to finding the right wines. [Photo]

The Root Restaurant and Bar

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This White Lake restaurant will put together a classic menu filled with seasonal ingredients for wedding buffets or receptions. Past menus have included items like strawberry arugula salad, grilled marinated Amish chicken breezed, and rosemary focaccia. The Root’s pastry chef is also poised to take cake orders. [Jacob Lekow Photography]

Frita Batidos

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From DIY Cuban sandwich bars to cocktail parties, Frita Batidos does it all. The restaurant also offers recommendations for florists and rentals. [Photo]

Zingerman's Catering and Events

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This respected Ann Arbor company does a little bit of everything which makes their catering a natural choice. Whether your booking San Street Food for the night, picking up a cake from Zingerman’s Bakehouse, or getting a catered meal from the Roadhouse the company can handle a wedding’s every gastronomic need. [Photo]

RUBBED

This Corktown deli got its start catering big events and got so carried away that they almost forgot to open their brick-and-mortar location. Suffice to say the charcuterie boards and hors d’oeuvres from Rubbed make a great option for weddings. Pair them with some great craft beer and wine and you can’t go wrong. [Photo]

Norma G's/Demitart Gourmet

Tasty Caribbean flavors are Lester Gouvia's specialty. The caterer gone mobile food truck purveyor makes a variety of appetizers, curries, rices, pastas, desserts, and more. [Photo]

Slows To Go

The quick-service version of Corktown’s beloved barbecue joint offers catering for weddings and other events. Not only do they offer barbecue, but parties can also hire bartending staff to provide beer, wine, and liquor service. Most items on the menu are available, barring some of the fried dishes that don’t travel as well. [Photo]

Sister Pie

From cookies to pie and in between, West Village baker Lisa Ludwinski will consult on desserts for your wedding and even whip up a few samples. [Photo]

Bon Bon Bon

Whimsical chocolates could make for great party favors or an alternative to the traditional cake. Hamtramck’s favorite chocolatier accepts orders for her delicious bons and will work to find the right flavors for your celebration. Check out their original location on Evaline Street or their new retail spot downtown. [Photo]

Polish Village Cafe

Go Polish with a menu of pierogis, stuffed cabbage, potatoes and more. The restaurant offers a variety of options for off-site catering (they also have an event space in “The Room Upstairs”). [Photo]

The Oakland

Looking for a bartenders to make your cocktail reception standout? The Oakland will consult on a beverage menu and create a mobile bar for the big day, or you can always reserve the Ferndale speakeasy. [Photo]

Atomic Dawg

Casual outdoor weddings could partner well with Atomic Dawg. The restaurant recently launched a mobile catering service, which offers their menu out of shiny, silver airstream trailer. They’ve also been known to go kosher. [Atomic Dawg]

Bacco Ristorante

Bacco can bring their Italian flavors to your venue via food truck. The Southfield restaurant is capable of handling groups of 20 to 200 people and will customize menus to suit your preferences down to finding the right wines. [Photo]

The Root Restaurant and Bar

This White Lake restaurant will put together a classic menu filled with seasonal ingredients for wedding buffets or receptions. Past menus have included items like strawberry arugula salad, grilled marinated Amish chicken breezed, and rosemary focaccia. The Root’s pastry chef is also poised to take cake orders. [Jacob Lekow Photography]

Frita Batidos

From DIY Cuban sandwich bars to cocktail parties, Frita Batidos does it all. The restaurant also offers recommendations for florists and rentals. [Photo]

Zingerman's Catering and Events

This respected Ann Arbor company does a little bit of everything which makes their catering a natural choice. Whether your booking San Street Food for the night, picking up a cake from Zingerman’s Bakehouse, or getting a catered meal from the Roadhouse the company can handle a wedding’s every gastronomic need. [Photo]

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